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Joining forces to face Covid-19


Covid-19 Job Initiative

With the help from our colleagues and partners, TBTI was able to hire a number of international students, who have found themselves in precarious situations due to Covid-19.

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Facts & Figures

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State of the Art


Total annual catch

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Source: World Bank/FAO/WorldFish (2010)

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Upcoming Events

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Small is Bountiful - World Oceans Day 2020


Join us from June 1-8

TBTI, in partnership with a number of international and inter-governmental organizations from around the world, is organizing a celebration of the World Ocean Day by emphasizing the importance of small-scale fisheries for sustainable ocean. All events are virtual (online), and are opened to everyone.
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TBTI at the WFC2020

 

TBTI is organizing a special session on “Building capacity for securing sustainable small-scale fisheries” at the World Fisheries Congress, 11-15 October 2020 Adelaide, Australia

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News & Updates

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TBTI Digest – May 2020

Download TBTI Digest to learn about the recent project’s activities and outputs. You can also contact us if you have any news or feedback. ...[read more]

Small-scale fishing community mobilization in Brazil amidst multi-faceted challenges

There is an urgent need for public policies that benefit small-scale fishers in Brazil. After all, they are an essential part of Brazilian society and deserve fairness and justice. ...[read more]

Book: Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe – Status, Resilience and Governance

The latest TBTI book volume provides a comprehensive read on of the status of SSF in Europe, the challenges they are facing and their potential for economic growth and synergies with other sectors. ...[read more]

Sailing in a sea of uncertainties

Small-scale fisheries around the world are highly affected by the Covid-19 lock-downs, which threaten their basic rights of access to coastal and ocean spaces, resources and markets. ...[read more]